Gears of War 3 campaign teaser trailer has precious seconds of story info

The full trailer comes May 28, but before Epic gave us a small preview of the video

It looks like Epic isn%26rsquo;t waiting for E3 to start talking about the campaign in Gears of War 3. After everyone enjoyed a preview of the title duringthe just closed multiplayer beta, some may have forgotten about thecampaign which promises to conclude the tale of Marcus Fenix and his squad of meat tanks. A fuller trailer is coming May 28, but here%26rsquo;s the tiniest of tastes of what that futurefootage has in store:

Players of Gears won%26rsquo;t be too surprised that the game will focus at least partially on Marcus searching for his presumed-dead father, especially considering the post-credits communication from the senior Fenix at the end of the last game. The rest of the trailer will go live May 28 at 9:45 PM GMT, which is 5:45 PM Eastern, 2:45 PM Pacific.

May 28, 2011

Players of Gears won%26rsquo;t be too surprised that the game will focus at least partially on Marcus searching for his presumed-dead father, especially considering the post-credits communication from the senior Fenix at the end of the last game. The rest of the trailer will go live May 28 at 9:45 PM GMT, which is 5:45 PM Eastern, 2:45 PM Pacific.

May 28, 2011

Players of Gears won%26rsquo;t be too surprised that the game will focus at least partially on Marcus searching for his presumed-dead father, especially considering the post-credits communication from the senior Fenix at the end of the last game. The rest of the trailer will go live May 28 at 9:45 PM GMT, which is 5:45 PM Eastern, 2:45 PM Pacific.

May 28, 2011

Players of Gears won%26rsquo;t be too surprised that the game will focus at least partially on Marcus searching for his presumed-dead father, especially considering the post-credits communication from the senior Fenix at the end of the last game. The rest of the trailer will go live May 28 at 9:45 PM GMT, which is 5:45 PM Eastern, 2:45 PM Pacific.

May 28, 2011

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